But having a small bedroom does not mean you use only gentle shades of gray. Make the confined room darker with a color like and use the yellow additions to achieve a glamorous Hollywood Regency-inspired look. A chic mirror or two and a plush tufted headboard further add to the aura of opulence in the room.
This kids’ bedroom takes an entirely different approach to holiday decorating by opting to keep the usual red green and gold out of the picture. A Christmas stocking at the fireplace and a few simple figurines are used to usher in a restrained understated festive theme. An approach that works well for those who wish to shun pomp!
While gray is indeed a classy trendy hue it does look dull and lifeless when used on its own in the bedroom. In fact experts suggest that a touch of a bright invigorating shade is almost a must in bedrooms to keep away both boredom and depression. Doing precisely this is energizing yellow. And today we take a look at of the very best
While most often we find skylights being used in expansive living rooms and small attics they can be an equally invaluable and aesthetic addition to the bedroom as well. The sight of the clear night sky and twinkling stars also helps in creating a more soothing atmosphere and aids in a good night’s sleep.
If bright accent colors were popular for the last few years expect the coming year to turn up the volume and embrace rich vibrant hues in a more elaborate fashion when it comes to bedroom color palettes.
Red and green look as appealing in a modern context as they do in traditional settings. Much as in the case of the red and green dining room shaping a modern bedroom in these two hues is all about using them in moderation.
It was more than a couple of years ago when the first wave of Midcentury modern designs started to really make a huge impact on the global stage. Television shows like Mad Men fueled this trend even further and today we see almost every home turning towards a timeless Midcentury piece to elevate the appeal of its interior.
We do love the many shades of gray and the adaptability that the color has when it comes to being used as a predominant neutral in the bedroom. By simply picking a darker gray you can easily give the room a more serious sophisticated look.